The Kenneth D. Miller Center is a 50,000-square foot facility which serves a number of purposes within the Wake Forest Athletic Department. Overlooking Kentner Stadium, the Miller Center is the on-campus home of Wake Forest men's and women's basketball.
The Demon Deacon basketball teams spend the majority of their practice time in the Miller Center, which houses the Dave Budd Practice Gym as well as separate locker rooms for each team.
The practice gym has a full-length court, six stand alone baskets, bleacher seating and banners honoring some of the best players to ever don the black and gold. The locker rooms include separate player lounges which feature flat screen TVs and the latest video software, as well as dedicated equipment and training rooms.
Opened in the fall of 2001, the Miller Center also houses office, training and meeting spaces for the University's athletic programs. Part of the facility's appeal is the fact that many Deacon athletic teams can use it for academics, workouts or meetings.
The Miller Center is home to Student-Athlete Services, which features a full-time staff of 10 academic counselors. The facility includes private study carrels, work areas for individual and small-group tutorial sessions and a large conference room.
The Miller Center features classroom space, meeting rooms and a fitness center that is accessible to the entire campus. The state-of-the-art facility has a patio area from which students and faculty can take in a field hockey game, giving Kentner Stadium a more stadium-type feel.
A dual athletic and academic facility, the Miller Center enables Wake Forest student-athletes to put forth their best effort on the court and in the classroom.